Targeted, Primary Prevention of Sepsis with the Cognitive Clinical Success Machine
Sepsis, a body’s overactive, toxic response to an infection, is one of the most expensive and deadly syndromes. But detecting sepsis is difficult in large part because many of its signs and symptoms can be mistaken for other conditions. This challenge is compounded by the need to detect and treat sepsis as early as possible to avoid escalation and possible death.
Using the Cognitive Clinical Success Machine, we are changing the way we identify and prevent sepsis to shift it from one of secondary care to primary prevention. Here is how.
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